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Did you draw today?
If so then show me what you did.
If not then why didn't you?
Are you gonna draw tomorrow?
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>>5686969
Yes.
I'd rather not. (Look, I drew a neopet.)
I did draw today.
I will paint an acrylic landscape tomorrow.
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>>5688208
Huh. Neat. Thanks man. Maybe I will, who knows.
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>>5688199
I refuse unless you deliver, It’s a new day, and now you owe me 2 drawings. Mxm0n
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>>5688316
Give me some little prompts and I'll piss out 2 doodles for you
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>>5688316
It's been 4 hours anon what are you waiting for. I want my doodle prompts

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how do you learn to draw heads and faces on a level where you can do it from any angle and in almost any style? i'm practicing them right now, studying from real photos, and they are semi-accurate, but ugly as sin, and lose all the pleasing aspects of the original photo
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>>5688116
unironically loomis.
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>>5688121
what book is it? i have fwap, but i dont recall it getting very detailed in the heads, maybe i wasnt paying attention
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>>5688125
>Drawing the Head and Hands
>Figure Drawing For All It's Worth

both of these would suit you fine, but frankly the fundamentals to accomplish this are pretty simple to grasp; you might not need to obtain a whole book or two in order to understand it. I recommend parsing through the infographics in this thread >>5658028, some of which are specifically oriented towards head construction from perspective (using almost the exact same technical methods that loomis teaches, and using style deviations such as you requested).
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>>5688129
thank you, i'll take a look at these. my endgoal is an understanding on the level where i can do any angle and stylize how i please, and for that i think im going to need a very deep understanding, and lots of practice. that second one is always the hardest part haha
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recently got into woodcuts, and because wood is expensive i bought a bunch of those shitty $0.50 pieces of soft-ass plywood to practice on. well the wood is total ass, falls apart, generally a pain to work with, although to be fair i'm also a total noob and the wood is for a different purpose entirely.

that got me thinking though, what if i actually used to the wood to burn in the relief that i want. i'd probably still have to gouge large volumes since it would take fucking forever to burn large areas away, but for smaller areas i imagine it would give me incredible ability to control detail.

i tried looking online for info about people doing this but couldn't find anything. anyone tried this or have an opinions on it?
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>>5688630
Dunno but for some reason my sister has a spare woodburn set which I'm getting next year. So I will probably also try to make some things to use for prints.

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I'm about to create a twitter account to start posting this sort of comics daily....Do you think its actually good enough for people to be interested and give follow? If not how can I improve and if yes do I just tweet into the void? I know i have to use hashtags but what else? Thanks.
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I liked it, I think it's promising. this pic theme is a good one, look for themes like that where you have a lot of identification, and learn to spread yourself, good luck.
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>>5686281
Thanks
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If you have the imagination to come up with scenarios, then go for it. The work itself can always be improved upon, but what's important is to have that spark of imagination and endurance to continue making them daily. If you think you have that spark/endurance, then go for it. If not yet, then just focus on improving/studying until one day while you're drawing you feel it ignite in you.
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>>5686270
Only thing I'd say is that your MC looks like Finn from adventure time with those ear points
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>>5686270
I think so but you should consider changing the eyes.
Also this >>5686733

Previous thread >>5663643

https://inktober.com/rules

How it works:
1) Draw something (it could be even be in ink)
2) Post it and quote your post from the day before

Haven’t started yet? Falling behind? Double down and do a few to catch up

About to give up? We are halfway there, you can make it
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>>5688056
>your style is fucking repulsive
This, even though I wanted to be nice about it.
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>>5688056
Looks nicely cluttered. I like it!
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I usually don't post my sketches but today I'm having a real hard time deciding which one I will draw.
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>>5688252
It would be kino is the ladies were attractive and not weirdly-titted imo
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To inflate our picture count I will post more sketches.
I thought I had done tons of cats with moons already but apparently (barring the two Inktober drawings) this is the only one. I still thought I wanted something fancy and weird so we shall see. I also had a terrible migraine today so my progress today is slow. I will probably only finish it tomorrow.

A visualization of my brain on a daily basis.
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garmfielf??
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>>5688562
do you have bipolar disorder if I may ask because I'm resonating deeply with this for some reason

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>Previous Thread:
>>5648753

> Rules:
Any artist over 25 that wants to improve their artwork, and wants to post their work for critique.
No 'neuroplasticity' posts please, only positive vibes.

> What This Thread Aims To Do:
Provide a thread for any late bloomers, and positive motivation for any 9 to 5'ers looking to change their career into being art focused. Feel free to add any links worth mentioning for future threads.

> Great Links For New Starters:
https://sites.google.com/site/ourwici/ (Goldmine for art learning, and wonderful wiki page to learn art techniques)
https://hubpages.com/art/how-to-draw-learn (Great page to learn how drawing techniques)
http://www.ingetang.com/praxis/old-master-drawing-bargue-gerome-drawing-course-iii/ (Old master drawing Bargue Gerome drawing course)
http://www.michelangelo.net/drawings/ (Site showcasing many of Michelangelo's drawings)

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>>5687589
I think that good linework mostly comes to down to confidence. If you know what you're drawing and what purpose your lines are supposed to serve, they tend to look good. Try to pull off good lines in just one stroke and try to always have a clear purpose for each stroke you do. Understand the subject matter, the shapes etc. and draw clear lines. Try not to draw on top of lines you have already drawn, if you feel the desire to do it, you should just erase the previous line completely and draw it again. At least for the purpose of practice try to be very strict with this.

It's also worth noting that there's more to good linework than just getting the shape of the object right. Lines also portray emotion and feeling, depending on how they are drawn. For instance, if you look at death metal band logos, they're often just abstract messes of lines, but they also have a lot of feeling in them. It's one of those things that are better felt than explained, but if you try to draw "cool" looking lines on a paper, you will eventually get a feel for it. Experiment with different styles and see what sort of feeling the different lines give to you. Some things look better when they're a bit shaky, sometimes you want very straight, robotic lines and so on. When drawing an explosion, the lines should probably be very energetic, but for a heavy box sitting on the ground stable lines would work better.

These tips aren't really set in stone though. I know that some good artists actually draw their lines little by little, especially in digital art. Sometimes scratchy lines look good! A lot of it is about finding your own style and then developing it. But in general, knowing what you're drawing and how you want to portray it makes linework look good.

In digital art the brushes you use also affect your linework way more than in traditional art.
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>>5687691
Thanks for the tips. I think it all boils down to confidence then. I'm always trying to find the correct placement for the line, so I keep drawing over it until it gets confusing. I'll force myself to draw one line only every time, at least until I can get past this.
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I'm starting to think that I'm not going to "make it". I've learned a lot in the last two years, but not enough. I think of all the beautiful things I want to draw and realize that there isn't time. My wife, child and especially job are huge gains goblins. And I'm to blame too, because even when I do have time to draw I usually don't feel like it anymore.
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>>5688554
>My wife, child and especially job
I'm so sorry, anon. ;_;
While I think you can still make it in 20 years when the kid is gone, it will nonetheless be hard and frustrating.
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>Turning 31 in a week
>still permabeg
fuck

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What are your favourite sculptures/statues /ic/?
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This. Fitting for a coomer such as myself.

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how do I develop an art style? just copy stuff I like until appears?
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1. learn to draw
2. try different things
3. theirs no third point
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>>5688176
talent
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>>5688176
heavily experiment
don't be afraid of failure
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>>5688176
>just copy stuff I like until appears?
no just copying will not suddenly make your drawings better
everyone already has a preferred style and appeals, doesnt mean they can draw it
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>>5688176
look really, really hard at stuff you like
try to do that stuff
experiment a lot
fuck up a lot
draw regularly for a really really long time
if it's difficult you're probably learning something

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Draw this in your own style.
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>>5687808
Why aren't you?
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>>5688142
jesus christ have I been downside up my whole life?
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>>5686559
Lots of soul for a whopping 3 lines.
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>>5688283
It's all I can offer since I haven't done any fundies. :3
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The main purpose of this thread is to share procreate brushes with fellow anons, but can also be used as a Procreate general to talk about the app and what not.

I zipped some of these to make them easier to download.
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>Gouache MaxPack:
https://mega.nz/file/qhE0WRqZ#UhwThimb_SzAp5mW1_Z1ZIKAaN_WELKNd_S7k2Bydjs

>Comic MaxPack:
https://mega.nz/file/blVW0bBJ#xAYVkYtC1rKprwMfIFM3UddB0_a6zU58APCXgfEM6dw

>Painters Maxpack
https://mega.nz/file/TlM0FJKK#sGtEo8VRsgUh-bSK4DCV7EeMJipmbEVnbK8uVajmVFU

>Jingsketch Complete Collection:
https://mega.nz/file/K89S3LBa#pyxASfes9ekKwW-SID4BjSN_VRzQ_OubNq__wMJnLwU

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>>5670679
Any recommended tutorials and such for sketching and painting on Procreate. Out of using this, drawing traditionally and using CSP, I feel like Procreate is better suited for more loosework, for me personally anyways.
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Anybody have Aruurara’s brushes?
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Anybody have the Pastel Pro Pack?
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I just got Procreate recently, is there anything wrong with the default brushes from a total beg perspective? The only thing I saw recently was the artist Shirabii uses 6B. flat brush, round brush and air brush to do most of his work.
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>>5688352
Procreate has the best default brushes out of any art software. They're totally fine, especially for beginners.

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A little thread made just for boardtan art and edits. just for fun, to just share styles!
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up
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^^^
Any boardtan esports content?
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>>5671616
you are not old enough to be posting on this board or site. retard.
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Man. Just came back from Vacation.
Been honestly posted art of Wes, but, not the other.
So...; here's both of em. sadly, uncolored.
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*Honestly I posted art of Wes during it, but not the other.

Goddamn spelling errors.

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Batman (Beyond) Fighting Mad Stan (voiced by Henry Rollins)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MduM0SCXlqM
Kree Larson does not need a 45-year-old Narc to tell her what didn/t work for him about “A Fungus In Big Toe”∴ It wasn/t made for him∴
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIhyZaA8yqo
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>>5688433
i have no idea what you're talking about, take your meds
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>>5688436
"Daer Narr" = "The Fool"

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thoughts on this?
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>>5688068
I like the design and the style, but it's hard to ignore the poor proportions.
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>>5688068
Go look in the mirror and come back
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>>5688068
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>>5688097
FPBP

>>5688068
I really like your style and would love to see more of your work once you get anatomy down. Or cheat like pros and use reference models so you can skip learning all major muscle groups and bones by name.

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These look identical to me. How fucked am I?
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>>5678100
>left
Normal
>right
Retro 1980’s anime look
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>>5679014
It's literally just the average filter in photoshop
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>>5678100
Left is dull and not as vibrant
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Left is green the other is brown
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>>5679715
The one on the left have more 32% greys than the one on the right.




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